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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE UTHUIOGf HUA10 Mtttday, Ftbrvory 1. 61 TEACHERS WANTED COUNTY 40 MIIE NO. 8 FOREMOST, ALBERTA 'jKK on teacher for Boriiell and Jr. HlsM S.S. 5 and 6 S.S. 7. 8 and FRENCH 7, I 9 (volx Imaae) 73 IUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR RENT OR SALE Drive by 1503 3rd Ave. S. ind evaluate the potential of this property. There is a 1400 sq. ft. residence with separate office, conferencs room in basement and a 2400 sq. ft. three bay truck Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams PHYS. ED. 5 and 6. 7, 8 and 9 Duties to commence February 15, 1971 Accommodation available Please apply to; P. J. Baker Superintendent of Schools Foremost, Alberta adjoining at rear. truck court presently rented. Dwner anxious to sell and may consider carrying agreement of sale for right buyer. Phone Art Williams Agencies .Id., 328-8184 or one of their salesmen for full details and showing. C IMS If 62 EDUCATIONAL BE A DISC Broadcasting. LOANS ft INVESTMENTS AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 328-3331 The widest facility Available, we con-s der ALL TYPES of mortgigt uoni New Opportunity Write for FREE career Book Tells you how to tram at home lor top pay-Ing lobs. Check career Interest career CONTRACTS Programming career -Forestry career and Writing RAVEN 1329 tth ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. C6319-H ENGINEERING CAREERS -Electrical -Electronic Municipal -Highway -Work Study Careers CANADIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE i TECHNOLOGY Room 34 263 Adelaide St. West Toronto, BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and orenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. Phone 327.6682. C7377-II WINDOWS AND DOORS. 0 MAINTENANCE NO CHANG-4G. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-57J5. C1936-tf STEINER CEMENT WORK, d basemen s dug, water proofing. In-ured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. We build kitchen cabinets, vanities. Formica work a specialty. A-l ABINETS AND CRAFTS, 1518 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-8755. 2376-tf NOTICES 63 MUSIC PIANO, ORGAN AND ACCORDION lessons. All ages. Special adult courses. Berti and Higa, 327-0115. ealed tenders wilt be received by the nderstgned, until Thursday, February 1 at 5-00 p m. for the alteration to he bar (finish carpentry) for: MINER'S LIBRARY CLUB LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA 64 SEWING DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATIONS 121 711! Ave. A S. Phone may obtain plans and spec-fications from Beton Engineering Lmited, No. 8 Mine Property, Leth-jridge Alberta, Plans may be obtained upon a deposit of 520.00. This sum will K> refunded provided that all documents are returned in good condition not later than twelve days after clos-ng date of tender. CHARLES LAZZAROTTO Secretary-treasurer Miner's Library Club 733 13th Street North Lethbridge, Alberta SURIANO'S LADIES' AND MEN'S Tailor and Alterations. Customers sat-isfaction. Centre Village Mall Phone 32S-2532. 65 LOST AND LOST MALE, SIAMESE CAT. 5th Ave. and 6th St. Phone 328-9332, a er 7 p.m. 66 LOCAL NEED AUTHORITIES Referral service. Phone 327-7323, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., week days. BOARD IN THE MATTER OF "The Municipal Sovernmenf AND JN THE MATTER OF "The Adm nistrative Procedures AND IN THE MATTER of an application by the Town of Picture Butte, Al berta for annexation of certain territory lying adjacent thereto. Tflk-E NOTICE that the Town c Picture Butte, Alberta has petitioned for annexation to the Town of the GENTLEMAN WISHES TO MEET respectable woman for companionship. Between 38-3S. Please write Box 76, Herald. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone a drinking nroblem. Phone .127-8045 or 328-3M6, FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETH BRIDGE, portion of the North East Quarter of Section Thirty-three Township Ten Range Twenty-one (21) West of the Fourth Maridlan, In the Province o Alberta which lies to the West of Parcel "C" on Plan 1116 J.K.; to the North of the Westerly production of the South Boundary of Block Four (4) on Plan 6713 J.K.; and to the South of the Subdivision Plan 10252 G.C. not presently within the mils of the Town of Picture Butte. The County of Lethbridge No. 26, i whose limits the lands are situate has no objection to the proposed annexation and the owners of the properties support the annexation petition-It may be that you ere a party whose r ghts will be varied or affected by the Board exercising Us statutory authority n granting the annexation petition and you are hereby notified that if you wish to maKe any representation In this regard, you may on or before Tuesday, the 23rd day of February, 1971, file such written representat on with the Board. In the event that a valid representation Is filed as noted, the Board will set a date for a public hearing of the matter before making a decision on the application. If no valid representation is filed with the Board by February 23, 1971, the Board will forthwith proceed decide the matter of the application without public hearing. DATED at Edmonton, in the Province of Alberta, this 22nd day of January, A. D., 1971. W. C. ELLIOTT, Secretary Local Authorities Board No. 101, Revillon Building 10201 104 Street Edmonlan U. Alberta F, 67 SERVICES AND DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workmanship. Phone 328-7362. SOUTHERN STAMP AND Rubber stamps, corporate seals dalers, etc- Same-day Service. 123; 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO SING er machines, competent adjustment to all other makes. Free home esti mate. Phone 327-2243. singer Co. o Canada, College Mall. MAYTAG SALES AMD SERVICE. SER vices on all makes of washers dryers, automatic or conventional. Als all small appliances, lawn mowers irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No loo large or too small. APPLIANCES, 90S 3rd Ave. S.-Phon 327-4456. 69A WINTER WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU AT Queen Victoria Inn. Ideal fur nlshed accommodation- Indoor heate pool, sauna, downtown, near parks With or without meals, o f f seaso rates: Mr. P. G. Hartnell, Mgr., 65 Douglas St., Victoria. 70 FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC PHONE 328-2094. FALL CLEAN UP. ALL KINDS OF jun'K hauled away. Tree trimming at c odd lobs. Phone 327-2641. DEATHS JONES Doris of Grassy Lake, Alberta, passed away in on Monday, Feb- 1, 1971, at the age of 65 ears, beloved wife of Mr. Har- d Jones of Grassy Lake. Fu- eral arrangements will be an- 0 u n c e d when completed, hristensen Salmon Funeral ome Ltd., Directors of Funer- Service. C3211 VARHAUG Passed away 1 Calgary, on Friday, Jan- ary 29, 1971, following a brief Iness, Mr. Sven Varhaug, at age of 57 years, beloved usband of Mrs. Agnes Var- laug, of Enchant. Born in Var- aiig, Norway, the late Mr. arhaug came to north of En- fant in 1930 and farmed for re past 32 years in the En- hant district. Besides his lov- ig wife he is survived by two aughters, Mrs. L. (Thelma) aimer of Lethbridge, Miss oan Varhaug and two sons, ienry and Trygvej all at ome; four sisters, Mrs. G. Rakel) Skretting of Enchant and Berta, Kagnhild and Sina two brothers, Abraham and Trosten all in Norway. The uneral service will be held at 00 p.m. on Thursday, Feb- oiary 4 in Enchant, with Rev. j. Hendrickson officiating. In- erment will follow in the Ibbe- tad Cemetery. Martin Bros, .td., Directors of Funeral Ser- ice. C3209 MOSSEY Passed away in he city on Saturday, January 0, 1971, following a brief ill- ness, Mr. George Knox Mossey, at the age of 56 years, beloved ivsband of Mrs. Anne Mossey if 701 12 Street B. North. Born, raised and educated in Leth- >ridge, the late Mr. Mossey vas associated for many years vith Consumers Hardware, opening Mossey Hardware i n 1961. He was active in local sports such as golf, hockey, curling, bowling hunting and ishing. He was also a member of the Miners Library, Letb- ridge Curling Club, and the Lethbridge Golf and! Country Club. Besides his loving wife he is survived by one daughter Miss Dona Mossey of Calgary; three sisters, Mrs. C. K. (Annie) Diller of Lethbridge, Mrs. J. G. (Jeannette) Horn of Trenton and Mrs. D. R. (Do- reen) Cooke of Grande Prairie. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Tuesday, Feb- ruary 2, in St. Augustine's An- glican Church, with Rev. B. L. Crisfield officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, friends who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, care of Mrs. M. N. Wray, 1705 15 Street South. Phone 327-3370. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C3208 ECONOMY TREE AND HEDGE TRIMMING Under Winter Works Program, we are now able to trim trees and hedges very economically. Call us for free 872-tf 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRIERS, ROASTERS PAN READY 37 cents per lb., dozen lots. Free de- livery. Custom kMlini. Hellmuth Dyck, Coaldaie. Phone 345-3224. C2472-tf 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES PUREBRED CHIHUAHUAS LOVE- IV pets, reasonably priced. Call after 6 p.m., 1213 3rd Ave. A S. Phone 328- 3744-1 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES THRIVING FOr.TY SEAT RESTAUR- ant. Full crice Phone 328-7534, after 8 p.m. Will take trade. 3666-6 ENJOY LIFE, LIVE IN THE BEAUTI- ful Ckar.agan. Christian book store sale. box 247, Keiowna, B.C. 2457-8 ESTABLISHED GIFT SHOP FOR SALE, IN LETHBRIDGE, WHERE AN INTERNATIONAL HOTEL WILL BE OPENING OCTOBER 31, 1971. REV. ENUE POST OFFICE INCLUDED. FOR COMPLETE DETAILS, WRITE BOX 39, HERALD. C2090-29 DEALERS WANTED Oealer enquiries invited for CHAPAR RAL snowmobiles, mini cycles, all fer- WirMay Di'.tributors, R.R. 1, Reiris Corner. Phone 765-3104, Kelowna, B.C. Before you try a CHAPARRAL 377S-1 DEATH FETTINGER-Joseph, pass- ed away in the city on Sun- day, January 31, 1971, at the age of 90 years, beloved father of Mrs. Helen Leishman of 604 16 St. N. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. Christensen Salmon Fu- neral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C3210 Horsburgh back in United Church CARDS OF THANKS DORSEY Sincere thanks to all my friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown me during my recent bereavement. 3738-2 DORSEY I wish to express my sincere thanks to the doc- tors and staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the kindness and care given to Bud Dorsey during Ms illness. BITANGO We wish to thank the doctors and nurses of the Municipal Hospital, Fath- er Fields, and all our friends and relatives for their kindness during the recent illness and loss of our father and husband, Matt Bitango. Bitango and family. 3778-1 WESLEY A heartfelt thanks to the relatives and friends who came to visit, sent flowers, food and cards in our time of sorrow. A special thanks to Pres. Ferris Zaug, pallbearers, and ladies of the Gramum Royal Purple who served lunch. Thanks to every- one who came out in the storm to attend the funeral of our be- loved mother. Ken Peterson, Charley, Frances, Don, Joanne Wesley and families. 3815 NIAGARA FALLS', Ont. (CP) general council of the United Church of Canada today allowed the appeal of Rev. Rus- sell Horsburgh and accepted him back into the church. The general council approved without discussion a report of a special committee which recom- mended Mr. Horsburgh's read- mission to the ministry and that he be transferred from Kent presbytery to a Toronto confer- ence. The decision was believed to have been the first time a gen- 1 eral council had overruled a de- ision of a presbytery. The Horsburgh case was pos- ibly the most delicate and con- troversial personality issue to ome before general council in ts 45-year history. Russell David Horsburgh, 53, was the central figure in a sex- n-a-church-lounge court case that shook the United Church in 964. At that time he was minis- er of Park Street United Church in Chatham, Ont., 44 miles east of Windsor, Ont. 3757-2 SENTENCED TO JAIL He was convicted, after a 14- day trial, on charges of contrib- uting to juvenile delinquency by wrmitting and encouraging joys and girls in church youth activities to use a lounge in the hurch for sex. He was sent- enced to a year in jail. The conviction twice was up- leld on appeal but, in 1967, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled hat a mistrial had occurred in hatham and ordered a new trial. This was held in 1988 and after a nine-day trial, when only hree of 14 witnesses who testi- iied against him in 1964 were Meantime, he had served 107 days of Ills sentence and in May, 1965, had resigned from the church- Edmonton, ACT fight continues groups set up MOSCOW (Reutert Canada and the Soviet Union have agreed to set up joint working groups to co-operate in the fields of forest-based industry, non-ferrous metals, electrical power and oil, it was announced today. A communique at the end of the first session of a new mixed Canadian-Soviet scientific com- mission said similar groups also would be set up for co-operation in architecture and construction and the gas industry. The commission has recom- mended that the groups hold their first sessions in April and May. The session, which began last Thursday, was attended by Jean-Luc Pepin, the Canadian minister of industry, trade and commerce, and Leonid Yefrc- mov, first deputy chairman of the Soviet state committee for science and technology. EDMONTON (CP) The city of Edmonton says it is fighting for all urban utilities in its dispute with Alberta Gov- ernment Telephones over who has the right to service newly- annexed city areas. In a 21-p age position paper released today, the city says that if it is stripped by legisla tion of its historic rights to provide utility service to panding areas "all municipal! ties would also have lost their rights to serve their own citi zens if so desired and if it is in their best financial and othei interest." The two-year-old dispute in volves a 1963 agreement which ACT claims gives the provin cial government company th right to service new suburban areas outside Edmonton's 1963 boundaries. The city claims mcnt is not binding on the mu nicipally-owned Edmonton tele- phones system. The Alberta Supreme Court ruled last Tuesday that the 1D63 agreement w a s invalid, but Ihe government has an- nounced it will introduce a hill at the next session of the leg- islature giving ACT the right to service the new areas. In the position paper, Ed- monton says (hat such restric- tive legislation will "cripple the city-owned telephone sys- tem and could throw city fi- nancial affairs into a crisis.1' bur killed in Alberta iy THE CANADIAN PRESS At least four pel-sons died in cidents in Alberta during tie weekend. Dan Lockrem of Clive was lulled when the car he was riving collided with a truck nules west of Clive. An unidentified woman was lied Sunday and her husband nd child were injured when ie family ear apparently went ut of control, 15 miles west of algary. Maurice Gabriel Muller of orinville, about 20 miles orth of Edmonton, d'ed of ex- Dsure apparently after leav- _ his car to go for help. Mr. uller's son, Raymond, dis- wered the stalled car in a tch and then found his father a field sbout a mile away. A 37-year-old man was killed jparently after being hit by a in an alley in Edmon- n. Police have not released c man's name and are look- g for the track. called, Mr. Horsburgh was ac quitted. IN MEMORIAMS DOREN In lovirg memor) of a dear mother and grand mother, Jean, who passed away "'ebruary 1st, 1967. remembered b _ Doris and George, Blanche and Ron and families. 381: WILLIS In loving memorj if a dear mother, grandmothe and great-grandmother, Jane ng Willis, who passed j-ebruary 1, 1967. remembered by h.e son Leslie, Agnes and family 3793 LUCAS In loving memorj' of our dear aunt, Mrs. Laura Lucas, who passed away Feb- ruary 1, 1957. She lived in life for those she loved, And those she loved remem- ber. remembered b y Margaret, Johnny, Phyllis, Lenora, Joyce and Carol. 37% FRENCH In loving mem- ory of our dear husband and father, Osborne, who passed away February 1, 1970. He suffered iri silence when no one knew He never deserved what he went through. Take care of him Lord, as he takes his rest, For on earth he was one of the best. remembered and sadly missed by his loving wife. Bessie, his sons and daugh- ters and their families 3799 Nixon sets goals Vo in hospital fter robbery RED DEER (CP) Two len are in hospital following an attempted armed robbery of downtown hotel. RCMP say they have a man i custody and will lay charges oday. In hospital in critical condi- lon is Joe Farkas manager of the Windsor Hotel. Hugh Mc- :een. who was a customer in ie hotel's beverage room, is isted in serious condition. Both re suffering from gunshot vounds. NEW ATR LINK ST. G E 0 R G E 'S, Grenada f Router) The Grenada gov- ernment has signed an agree- Airman traced to Winnipeg MONCTON, N.B. Time says it has traced to Win- nipeg the f i f t h member of a group of airmen who had their pictures painted on a handker- chief in a German prison camp during the Second World War. A. Graham Winton, 50, a na- tive of J a c q u c t River, N.B., the agree-1 now 's a manager in Win- 1 nipeg. In a telephone interview he said he couldn't remember the painting. Mr. Winton had earlier been identified only as 3 member of thj RCAF. Tile pictures on the cloth were of G. A. Keith of Charlot- tctown, Alex Stevenson of Ot- tawa, John Strickland of Lei- cester, England. Roger Spalton cf Sheffield, F.C. Weighill of Regina, and Mr. Winton. WASHINGTON (AP) Presi dent Nixon sent Congress today a pledge of more jobs and bet ter business in 1971, plus a promise to use "all the effectiv and legitimate powers of gov ernment" to strengthen anti-in flation forces. His goal: "Full prosperitj without war, full prosperit without inflation." But Nixon more emphatically than eve use of price-wag controls or voluntary guidi posts. He called the latter "a elaborate facade that seerns t be and price control but i not." His annual economic report I Congress fixed no specific goa or deadlines for recovery. Bu in the accompanying 300-pag report of his Council of EC nomic Advisers, these targel were posted and presumably ap proved by him: at si per decline to 4 per cent by the middle of 197 The official definition of "ft employment" is around four pe cent. inflation rate, whi YOU CAN BE A SIZE 14 IN M DAYS If- YOU CAN BE A SIZE 14 IN DAYS 51 YOU.CAN BE A SIZE 16 E-P IfJC. Grand Opening Special 7 PER MONTH To the first 65 to call NOW! Call 327-2151 Now for Your FREE Trial Visit Figure Analysis OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK Monday thru Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. WATCH FOR OPENING IN COLLEGE MALL IN ONE WEEK ____ E. P. 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